Wow. I haven't been here in 4 years due to circumstances out of my control and the first time I post something two people unsubscribe. It's okay though, I'm not posting to win a popularity contest here and your leaving really isn't a loss. I'm guessing that my newest content just isn't your cup of tea. Even if all it was, was to just reintroduce myself and say Hi again.
With that said, it is very late and I'm heading off to bed.
Holy heavens, but it's been a very long while since I've been here! So much has happened in the past 4 years that I couldn't begin to tell y'all all of it. I'm learning, by trial and error, how to do this from my phone. I love technology even though I don't much understand it!
Hopefully I'll be able to post this without too much trouble, lol.
We've lost lost much in the last four years and yet we've gained a whole lot too. Life still isn't easy street, but we're working on that every day. I've self - published my first book on Amazon and am close to getting my second out there too. I hope that those of you who will remember me, will look into them and try them out. And, if I get this posted with minimal to no issues, I'll be posting more often.
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We've been every busy lately with birthday parties, Pagan Celebrations (Lughnasadh just passed on the 1st) and continuing to to update our webstore (sld merchandise), hence the reason for being MIA.Coming up is the 2nd of the three Harvest celebrations for the Pagan world; Mabon. The 1st being Lughnasadh, which we celebrated on the 1st of August. The last will be Samhain (sow-ayne), celebrated on October 31st--All Hallow's Even; Halloween, etc. (which is also the beginning of the Pagan New Year on the "Wheel of the Year.")